City Property Finder and Resources

The City of Seattle owns properties used for various municipal purposes, such as fire and police stations, swimming pools, parks and offices. Each City-owned property is assigned to a "jurisdictional" department that manages the property. The Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle City Light, Department of Parks and Recreation, Seattle Public Utilities and the Department of Finance and Administrative Services oversee most of the City-owned property.

The City Property Finder application is an online interactive mapping tool, which presents data on property the City owns or leases. You may search for a City-owned property by address, neighborhood, tax parcel number, PMA (property management area) or interactive map search.

  • King County iMap provides access to property ownership, sales information, property attributes and tax information.